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Are you are Principal/Senior Naval Architect looking for a new role with a well-known/leading Maritime company?

If you feel like you are someone with the capacity to work across various workflows and have a flexible approach to all projects you undertake, this could be the perfect role for you.

My client has a couple of positions at varied levels open for Naval Architects. If you have experience with small/large commercial vessels , I would be eager to discuss this position with you.

A unique opportunity to work with superyacht designs one week, to work with specialised boat designs the next.

As a Naval Architect, you will be responsible for designing, analysing, and overseeing the construction of various vessels. You will work on a wide range of projects, from naval vessels to commercial ships, ensuring their safety, efficiency, and compliance with regulations. Your expertise will contribute to the successful execution of projects and the continuous improvement of marine technology.

Key Responsibilities:
  1. Vessel Design: Design and develop innovative and efficient marine vessels, ensuring they meet client specifications, safety standards, and regulatory requirements.
  2. Hydrodynamic Analysis: Conduct hydrodynamic analysis to assess the performance of vessels in different conditions, including stability, resistance, and seakeeping characteristics.
  3. Structural Analysis: Analyze and design vessel structures to ensure their strength, durability, and compliance with industry standards.
  4. Stability Assessment: Perform stability assessments to ensure that vessels can operate safely in various loading conditions and environments.
  5. Technical Documentation: Prepare detailed engineering plans, specifications, and technical documentation for shipyard construction or modification projects.
  6. Client Communication: Maintain clear and effective communication with clients, project stakeholders, and regulatory authorities to address questions, concerns, and updates throughout the project lifecycle.
  • Bachelor's or Master's degree in Naval Architecture, Marine Engineering, or a related field.
  • Proven experience in naval architecture and ship design, including ship stability calculations and structural analysis.
  • Proficiency in marine design software and relevant engineering tools such as 2D/3D CAD.
  • Strong knowledge of international maritime regulations and classification society rules.
  • Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills.
  • Effective communication and project management abilities.
Please Note you must have the right to work and live in the UK for this role.